Simultaneous - Simultaneous Conveyances Several parcels...

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Simultaneous Conveyances Several parcels created at the same time , by the same person(s), through the same instrument , all parcels having equal standing and therefore no senior rights [343-392]
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Types and Definition of Subdivision TYPES: Subdivisions under State law (e.g. Chapter 177 in FL) Subdivisions under Federal law (e.g. PLSS) Combinations of metes/bounds and simultaneous conveyances DEFINITION: Map or plat showing ALL divisions of land Map or plat is filed with public agency according to subdivision laws Parcels are sold by reference to map or plat Lands subdivided in a state are governed by state laws and boundary relocation must be done in accordance with these laws. [346-347]
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Monumentation vs Protraction Two Methods: 1. Original survey with monumentation - In this case original survey and monuments control over plat 2. Protraction (lots created on paper) - Lots are located by measurement from subdivision boundary Permanence of Lines: - Once a lot, street or block line within a subdivision is established by the original surveyor and the land is sold in accordance with the original plat, the lines originally marked and surveyed are unalterable except by re-subdivision - This principle does not apply to lines erroneously established by later surveys (not original) [350-354]
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Conflict between Plat and Mons A subdivider (e.g. developer) who incorrectly describes the boundaries of a subdivision lot, but owns all the land monumented, conveys title to the land incorrectly described (per monuments) Surveyor has no right to change the positions of the lots after new owners have acted with respect to physical mons, even though they were not set in
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This note was uploaded on 07/08/2011 for the course SUR 4403 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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